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By Susan Kemp · 22 October 2014
Death From Above 1979 rose from the ashes last month with their first album in 10 years. But in this week's flashback, we take a look at the album that fueled their legacy: 2004's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine.
By Sam Friedman · 17 October 2014
Download the hate-themed track "No Better Blues" by Chance The Rapper
By Ramon Romano · 17 October 2014
Otherness continues to showcase Kindness's technical precision, but few tracks attempt to bridge the gap between maker and audience.
By Rory McCluckie · 16 October 2014
On Rips, Ex Hex revel in their kinetic urges with unashamedly high spirits.
By Justin Santos · 15 October 2014
Jessie Ware shares a leftover 'Tough Love' outtake that captures the quiet calling of the midnight striking "12".
By Susan Kemp · 14 October 2014
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness incorporates the synth in a way that feels believable and fluid, like a direct evolution of the Jack’s Mannequin sound — not a dismissal of it.
By Lee Barnes · 13 October 2014
And the War Came sees Shakey Graves expanding his folk-tinged Americana without compromising his signature intimacy.
By Ray Finlayson · 13 October 2014
The beauty of Ólöf Arnalds' voice is buried under the overworked and often tedious production of Palme.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 09 October 2014
The real star of Right from Real is, of course, Lydia Ainsworth herself.
By Sam Friedman · 08 October 2014
clipping. shares massive collab track titled "Something They Don't Know" featuring Signor Benedick the Moor, Nocando, and Open Mike Eagle
By Ian Cory · 08 October 2014
Among Isis's body of work, Panopticon stands, if not as their crowning achievement, as their most archetypical — and as the height of their critical success.
By Sam Friedman · 07 October 2014
Download Tom Misch's new lo-fi, blues guitar-washed track "On My Mind"
By Susan Kemp · 07 October 2014
Weezer demonstrates throughout Everything Will Be Alright In The End that power pop can feel fresh again, but the next step is to prove that it can still feel vulnerable.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 06 October 2014
Compared to previous Flying Lotus works, it feels more rewarding to watch You’re Dead! unfold in its entirety.
By Ray Finlayson · 02 October 2014
As catchy and enjoyable as the best cuts from Complètement Fou are, it’s not likely to mark any kind of revolution for Yelle.
By Ray Finlayson · 01 October 2014
Ten years ago, while his peers were experimenting with Coldplay and Keane, staff writer Ray Finlayson had a brief dependence on Thirteen Senses. He takes us back to 2004, in this week's flashback of The Invitation.